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recovery process. >>> barclays with two new investigations in the u.s. as the bank unveiled a 23% drop in profit. >>> barclays shares trading lower after the bank demands two new investigations. pre-tax figures down 23% to just above one billion pounds. mainly related to charges for missed payment protection policies. revenues below estimates at 6.8 billion pounds. the bank says as well the department of justice and securities and exchange commission have launched two probes into the third party relationship the barclays may have used to win or retain business in the united states. >> staying with financials, the days of 20% profit growth for china's big four banks may be a thing of the past. new estimates show growth could rise by as little as 5% this year as the central bank's mid year rate cuts kick in. smaller lenders could get hit even larger as interest margins shrink. a consortium has decided to walk away after iron ore spurned its $1.2 billion offer. it's giving up further talks after the company called their bid opportunistic. >>> sci-fi nerds did get darth vader and princess
? >> real good. how about you? >> caller: all right. today, actually i want to talk about barclays. >> barclays, look, i got to recommend best of breed, and barclays is not best of breed. all i can tell you it's better than it used to be. i personally prefer to own domestic banks. i don't want as much exposure from europe as i do almost any major domestic bank. ralph in alaska, ralph? >> caller: yes, boo-yah, jim. >> boo-yah. >> caller: thanks very much for the great show. >> thank you. >> caller: srpt? >> look, it's a highly speculative situation. the stock tripled the day they got the good news. it's been coming down ever since. you have to pick your spot where it's going to bottom. maybe it's in the hands of the technicians. i do believe the company is going to be a partner with a larger company. i would prefer to see it in the 20s. that's where i would pull the trigger. bob in massachusetts, bob? >> caller: yes, boo-yah, mr. cramer! >> boo-yah to you. >> caller: my stock is clmd. >> i know, i know, i should be interested in those kind of things. i'm going to send you to a bette
chance you'll have a government that will say we'll link up the fence. barclays you have a much more tough issue to deal with. his 153 page report tell me what did happen in the crisis which i think i know now is quite short what he actually says he thinks we should be doing. but the key thing is lean fence the investment bank, not the retail bank. so it's difficult for management to try to plan for bank management and do what they're supposed to do. help support the economy. >> i agree it's difficult, but i think it's inevitable byproduct of having these giant banks that are spanning many different continents frankly. we have it u.s. with the volcker rule, vickers here, europe, and this is what happens when you have these enormous banks that are basically for better or for worse much better than some of the local economies in which they operate and i think it's inevitable that you'll have policymakers begin the enormous catastrophe economically and financially that we'll have in some cases exaggerated policy responses and overlapping policy responses. i don't have a tremendous amoun
, taking advantage of the biggest and newest borough, the newest home, the barclay center, two shows, one last night, she is 70 now. and the new york times says her voice is still "singularly compelling" you know what they say about people who need people. and last night she seemed to enjoy the love of the crowd >>> and among the most quoted moments of the debate last night, switching the distinctive hair of the duo last night, just like it was striking a week ago with romney and obama. when we come back, a rallying cry, and a new movement to make sure mom stays in the picture. >>> finally tonight, she is just one mom among millions in this country, and yet something she said, something she wrote about, something she noticed in her own family has the attention of a lot of other mothers and fathers in the u.s. specifically, she noted she was not in any family photos with her kids. and her coming to grips as to why, sure has resonated with us. rehema ellis has more. >> reporter: like many mothers, allison tate, a mother of four, was everywhere in their lives, but nowhere in their pictures.
-new barclays center in brooklyn as soon as 2015. >>> the nfl has embraced pink all throughout october for breast cancer awareness month, and during sunday night's jets/dolphins game, referees will be throwing pink penalty flags instead of yellow. this was an idea dreamed up by an 11-year-old boy from new jersey. good idea. >>> diego maradona was one of of the greatest soccer players of all time when he helped argentina win world cup championship. well, these days, maradona looks quite different at age 51, as he put on a show at a soccer stadium in india yesterday, dancing for the crowd. the man voted the top soccer player of the 20th century, he still has some mad soccer skills, so no complaints there from him. >>> just ahead, the world's oldest facebook user and you're into the going to believe how rich certain dearly departed celebs are. plus, actor tom cruise goes nuclear against the tabloids. we'll have details for you next. you're watching "early today." >>> welcome back to "early today." of course, the big news being sandy and its initial impact in cuba and later this weekend in
the islanders will move 26 miles to the brand new ba barclays center. >>> nfl has embraced pink throughout october for breast cancer awareness month. sunday night refs will throw pink flags from an 8-year-old boy who wrote a letter to roger goodell. >>> diego mardona was one of the greatest soccer players when he helped argentina. these days he looks a little different. he's 51 put still put on a show in a soccer stadium in india yesterday. dancing for the crowd. voted the top soccer player of the 20th century still has mad soccer skills. >>> for a look at the weather, bill karins continuing to track sandy. >> i had someone ask me, what are the odds if sandy surprises us and heads out to sea, i would say 20%. locked in 80% this storm will make a direct impact and make landfall from the mid-atlantic to northeast. the latest predictions taking the storm parallel into the southeast coast. not a direct impact from carolinas down to florida but from chesapeake up through new england late monday into tuesday is when the storm could move over the top of us. if that does happen, it will be a large
have announced they're going to move 23 miles to the barclay's center as soon as 2015. >>> the nfl has embraced pink all throughout october for breast cancer awareness game. during sunday night's jets dolphins game referees will be throwing pink penalty flags instead of yellow. this was an idea dreamed up by an 11-year-old boy from new jersey. good idea. >>> diego mara doan in a was one of the best soccer players of all time. these days he looks quite different at age 51 as he put on a show at a soccer stadium in india yesterday dancing for the crowd. the man voted the top soccer player of the 20th century, he'll have some mad soccer skills. no complaints from him. >>> just ahead, the world's oldest facebook user and you're into the going to believe how rich certain dearly departed celebs are. plus, actor tomorrow cruise goes nuclear against the tabloids. we'll have details for you next. you're watching "early today." >>> welcome back to "early today." let me give you my latest thinking on what we're going to deal with with sandy once it makes its u.s. landfall sometime probably on mon
seeing a very familiar face. the first game ever, the new barclays krecenter in brooklyn. look who's there? first possession of the game, wizards going to work. inside, the old fella, oklafor. he lost 12 pounds because of food poisoning. wizards down by three. wizards going the other way, mack to crawford over to another new wizard, trevor ariza. the wizards within one. under six to go. brooklyn up by 7. they haven't had a pro-team in brooklyn since 1957. the wizards fall 98-88. head coach randy whitman looking forward to his team getting back to full strength. >> we fought on the boards, you know, we ended up getting beat by four. we're playing a little undermanned right now. but, hey, withe're stepping up battling. we do those kinds of things and hopefully you get some more guys back. >> i know it's painful, but it is our duty to show game 2 of the nlcs. >> oh, really? >> have to do it. bottom of the 1, first batter. that one is kbon. second lead off in the post-season for the giant's center fielder. bottom of the four, he's doing some more damage. finds the gap in left center. m
in new york, barclays center in brooklyn. it's a high-tech stadium. all week, jay-z has been holding court in there putting on his concert. for his last show saturday night he did something very cool, very unexpected. he took the subway to the show. can you imagine jay-z rolled into the canal street station at around 6:15. of course, there were cops around him. he had his own security. he chatted with a woman on the subway. he gets to the barclays center to do the big show and during the show, beyonce, his gorgeous successful wife comes out and they do their successful 203 "crazy in love." i think it's cool that he kept it real. a nice touch, a little humanity. a little cool. >> in our next installment of "stars:they're just like us." >>> ben affleck took his daughters to mcdonald's over the weekend but accidently sideswiped a car. he took the mirror off a park car an left this note. hi, knocked off your mirror, very sorry, will cover everything and signed it ben and his phone number. >> i wonder if he left his real number like the number to his lawyer or -- >> i'm assuming probably.
forward to tomorrow's numbers from goldman sachs and the talk is those will be good as well. liz: barclays likes the drug sector. barclays raising the price target on five companies. slightly down, but the rest moving higher. nicole: eli lilly you were showing earlier the cancer drug, these names in particular jumping with several
regulatory commission accusing barclays in its traders of manipulating california energy markets from november 2006- december 2008. it says the bank should pay roughly $470 million to settle allegations. also ordering to show why the penalty should not be theft. you will remember, under scrutiny for the interest-rate manipulation scandal of the summer. again, regulators accusing barclays and traders of manipulating the california energy markets. the beat goes on. this is like covering the cop shop. up next, the eastern seaboard slowly pulling itself back together in the wake of hurricane sandy. some of the artists of people a small business owners and of people who put their lives into their company now staring a devastating losses. he with resources and tips for rebuilding, ceo of the take business services. thanks for coming on. give me a sense of how many people who have small businesses might have been impacted here. >> clearly in the northeast region business has gone significantly impacted, and businesses in a lot of different areas, health-related, service related to manufactur
and the big wall street investment banks like morgan stanley, goldman sachs, barclays, and j.p. morgan, who made billions investing hundreds of billions of dollars of their clients' money. >> the investment banks facilitated it. you know, they found folks to write papers espousing the "benefits" of investing in commodities. and then they promoted commodities as an "asset class," like you could invest in commodities just like you could in stocks or bonds or anything else, like they were suitable for long-term investment. >> dan gilligan of the petroleum marketers association agreed. are you saying that companies like goldman sachs and morgan stanley and barclays have as much to do with the price of oil going up as exxon or shell? >> oh, absolutely, yes. i tease people sometimes that-- you know, people say, "well, who's the largest oil company in america?" and they'll always say, "well, exxon mobil or chevron or b.p." but i'll say, "no, morgan stanley." [ticking] >> coming up... >> is there price manipulation going on? >> i-i can't say, and the reason i can't say is because nobody knows. our
announced 4,000 job cuts, around 7% of its workforce. and barclays has announced a reshuffle of its investment banking arm. three of the senior bankers will be leaving at the he end of the year as part of the changes. rich ritchey, head of barclays corporate invest him bank said management changes were designed to provide a greater degree of regional leadership and coordination. appointments include chief operating officer. and there are more worries at king fish airlines. shares tumbling 5% in today's trade. for the year they've lost close to 40% of its value. let's go to mumbai for more on that story. >> >>> the week of october twefth, a lot of the staff is opposing the management and there are salary which is are not paid for months. controlling body with regard to aviation has decided not allow king fish airlines to function further simply because of the safety issues that the company or the airline would face going forward. it has to get thumbs up from multiple engineers before it would scheduled to be safe for passengers. so it has definitely lost a large amount of market shar
up cleveland, ohio. what does this mean? >> barclays center just opened for the brooklyn nets. revitalization project, denver stapleton airport major metropolitan cities would like to reinvigorate their area, they come here to cleveland. the chairman and the ceo join me live exclusively will give you an outlook on commercial real estate, what is happening in the renters market when it comes to apartments and what are the new big projects? and they're stock up over the past year. open for business here in cleveland, ohio. [ mujahid ] there was a little bit of trepidation, not quite knowing what the next phase was going to be, you know, because you been, you know, this is what you had been doing. you know, working, working, working, working, working, working. and now you're talking about, well you know, i won't be, and i get the chance to spend more time with my wife and my kids. it's my world. that's my world. ♪ cheryl: we all know times square with a renovated theaters and huge hotels, but it wasn't always that way. crime and pornography shops used to be the way of the world
. >> rose: these are the accusations about barclays. >> more than accusation, there was a settlement on it. and a lot of stuff on other bank, don't just pick on barclays t was a lot of other banks. >> rose: that they manipulated the libor rate. >> very much so. and we also know that you can look at these rates and they remain steady. and meanwhile you look at the credit default swap which is a measure of how risk the bank is and the value of a bank's debt which represents again a measure of riskiness at the bank. and it's going up and down and the market saying this bank is very risky. and they claim they can borrow at the same rate that they borrowed when they were healthy. nonsense. this is a phony number. and yet we have 350 trillion dollars of derivatives, contracts based on this phony number is so what i mean is we don't really know, there's just so much lack of transparency in our financial system that it's very hard to get a good assessment of how strong it is. >> but i thought the banks took stress tests and did other things to measure whether they had sufficient capital requiremen
to fail question but this is not about jpmorgan chase or barclays. it is about the u.s. and china. china is on the brink of a major change in its leadership. it has written its own sort of prescription for new economic directions which they know they have to initiate or they, too, will fall off the cliff. we may or may not be looking at a major change in leadership in this country. but we are looking at the fiscal cliff and i wonder from your perspective as somebody who does business all around the world and despite your protestations about not really knowing much about politics, how you assess the relative chances of success more america dealing in the short term with its fiscal cliff and longer term with its ability to get some semblance of good governance and with the chinese to be able to do the same and make the changes in their economy so that the two largest economies in the world will help things stay online. >> china has huge issues it's got to deal with. okay? there are really two. they've got to broaden out their democracy. remember our democracy started as white men over a ce
time after the economy strengthens. >> reporter: economists at barclays read the chairman's remarks to mean the central bank will keep buying treasury bonds at current levels into the coming year. >> it represents urgency for the fed. obviously, purchasing at about $85 billion per month and operating across a wide range of interest rate markets suggests the fed is indeed trying to push this faster while unemployment remains high. >> reporter: conservatives have gone after bernanke hard, arguing the fed's huge asset buys could spark inflation or worse are designed to support unsustainable levels of federal borrowing. but bernanke says he is not trying to support the federal deficit. >> using monetary policy to try to influence the political debate on the budget would be highly inappropriate. for what it's worth, i think the strategy would also be ineffective. >> reporter: it is not an easy argument to explain. unconventional monetary policy requires the fed to buy treasury bonds and that can look like the fed is trying to support the federal debt. >> in an unconventional policy world
other notable changes-- the british bank barclays was knocked off the list completely due to the recent libor scandal. meanwhile, facebook made its debut at number 69. >> tom: u.s. stock indices finished mixed today after early gains slipped away. the s&p 500 hit its highest price of the session in the first five minutes of the day. the index fell into the red before the noon hour, and pulled itself back into positive territory in the final hour to end the session up a fraction. trading volume fell from yesterday's pace-- 594 million shares on the big board; 1.6 billion on the nasdaq. materials topped the stock sector losers, down six tenths of a percent. health care was the strongest sector, rising a half-percent. fertilizer maker mosaic was the spoiler among material stocks. despite strong demand for fertilizer, mosaic had trouble with a key ingredient, phosphate. that shortage hit earnings. results were 14 cents per share less than estimates, with the company earning $1.01 per share. low production at a phosphate mine in florida pinched mosaic's supplies during the quarter. productio
strongly on the back of some positive comments from wall street analysts. barclays says the online pay per view programs put in place at "the new york times" and "boston globe" are now gaining enough traction to offset the decline in print advertising sales. shares of new york times were up almost 4%. a busy day for initial public offerings. a quartet of companies made thr tring debut-- realogy, shutterstock, kythera pharmaceuticals, and intercept pharmaceuticals posting decent gains of 20% or better. oil trimmed some of its gains in the session after a government report showed a slightly higher than expected increase in u.s. supplies last week. it ended back above $92 a barrel. heating oil and natural gas futures rallied. the same government report also forecast a rise in spending for winter heating fuels. heating oil is at a six-month high, and natural gas prices are at new highs for the year. those rising prices are making coal look more attractive. peabody and consol energy rose at least 8%. alpha natural and arch coal were up even stronger. looking ahead to tomorrow, j.p. morgan and w
and newest borough, the newest home, the barclay center, two shows, one last night, she is 70 now. and the new york times says her voice is still "singularly compelling" you know what they say about people who need people. and last night she seemed to enjoy the love of the crowd "sin >>> and among the most quoted moments of the debate last night, switching the distinctive hair of the duo last night, just like it was striking a week ago with romney and obama. when we come back, a rallying cry, and a new movement to make sure mom stays in the picture. to soak up big spills and lock them in. why use more when you can use less? bounty. the clean picker upper. heartburn symptoms causedelieve by acid reflux disease. osteoporosis-related bone fractures and low magnesium levels have been seen with nexium. possible side effects include headache, diarrhea, and abdominal pain. other serious stomach conditions may still exist. talk to your doctor about nexium. throughout our lives. one a day men's 50+ is a complete multi-vitamin designed for men's health concerns as we age. it has more of 7 a
at the barclay center in brooklyn. the wizards won in style 98-88. they open the regular season two weeks from tonight in cleveland. >>> two nba stars are joining forces to host the golden globe awards. "30 rock's" tina fey and "park and recreation's" amy poehler will be taking the stage together. they co-starred on "saturday night live" and also in the movie "baby momma." two very funny women. >> have to make sure it's not too inside baseball. they're friends. they know each other. they want everyone else to get the jokes too. >> i'm sure they will. >>> taking things too far. coming up at 5:15, the chaotic scene at a youth football game after a controversial equal cal the field. >>> f take away his toys and he'll play with a stick. take away their bikes and they'll still find a way to get where they're going. but if take you away early childhood education... slash k-12 funding... and cut college aid for middle class families ... they won't go far. yet that's exactly what mitt romney wants to do... ...to pay for a $250,000 tax break for multi-millionaires. if mitt romney wins, the middle class
at the barclays center, the new home to the nets of the nba and home to a couple of high profile concerts. jay-z performed out there and this last weekend it was barbra streisand. when jay-z performed fans heading into that arena were put through full metal detectors, the kind you see in an airport and you walk through. this weekend when barbra streisand walked through there their fans were hand-wanted. the barclays arena says they are experimenting with different forms of security. anybody here think there was a different reason? >> of course there was, and i have no problem with it. security is a business, and the same way in certain schools or certain areas, that there could be more propensity to an issue, and i don't think it's even a black/white issue. i think it's a youth issue. i have a feeling at the meadowlands, if you had a technoconcert versus a crosby stills nash concert would you have more security. this is reality. this is not a moral judgment. this is a business security decision. >> star? >> i was there at the jay-z concert and the went through the metal detectors. one, it didn
because they're playing at the barclay. the fabric looks like the olden days but they got the uniforms for that game. >> so they're going to wear them the one game. >> yes. yellow and
at the barclay. the fabric looks like the olden days but they got the uniforms for that game. >> so they're going to wear them the one game. >> yes. yellow and red. >> okay. >> yes. something different. >> we'll be right back. >>> that is 9news for tonight. we appreciate you staying up with us. >> and you can always find us at wusa9.com. who is next? >> letterman. >> letterman. good night.
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